Partry, F12 VW18
Partry, F12 VW18
BER No: 109864439
EPI: 320.97 kWh/m2/yr
Nestled between south Mayo's majestic Lough Mask and Lough Carra and surrounded by a lush, rural landscape, this quaint detached property sits near the town of Partry while also being an easy commute from Galway city, Ballinrobe and Mayo's county town of Castlebar.
It is being sold along with a small holding of land as one lot, giving it the added attraction of exciting development potential, subject to planning permission.
This charming period home boasts some of the most enticing architectural features of its era.
It has clearly had the benefit of lots of TLC in recent years and is now just waiting for a buyer with vision to craft a beautiful new chapter in its story.
Property Partners Emma Gill anticipates strong interest in this property from a variety of buyers ranging from first-time buyers to remote workers or the more mature investor looking to downsize for the retirement years.
Of course, its setting also makes it the dream holiday home particularly for anyone with a passion for the water and outdoor life.
Perched just a stone's throw from the shores of Lough Mask, this story-book style residence sits at the confluence of a number of quiet and quaint country roads.
Occupying a neat, walled site with adjoining yard and outhouse, it overlooks a small wooded area surrounded by lush fields with the sparkling blue waters of Lough Mask in the near distance.
The front entrance porch leads to a warm and welcoming sitting room with a statement traditional cut stone fireplace featuring a cast-iron stove.
This represents the heart of this traditional homestead.
It is bordered on either site by the property's two bedrooms and backs on to the kitchen which features contemporary fitted units. This room is adjoined by the main bathroom.
The décor is in very good order throughout this special property and features clean, neutral paintwork and floor tiles all of which add a contemporary feel to this home.
Excellent decorative order.
Sale includes attractive accompanying land holding.
Carroweneragh, sits mid-way along a peaceful cul de sac at the end of a quiet country road that connects to the main N84 route between Castlebar (22 minutes) and Ballinrobe (10-minute drive).
It is within sight of the shores of Lough Mask – renowned for its angling offering and as the venue of the World Cup Trout Fly Fishing Championship.
It is also just a short drive from beautiful Lough Carra, making this property a dream bolthole for fishermen and water sports enthusiasts alike.
Other nearby amenities include the historic Moore Hall ruin – former home and estate of George Henry Moore and family; the 13th century abbey at Ballintubber and the racecourse in Ballinrobe, to name but a few.
These enticing attractions, combined with proximity to Galway city (just over a 50-minute commute) and Ireland West Airport, make this Partry home a promising prospect for house hunters/investors with vision.
If you're keen to escape the rat race, this could represent the opportunity you have been dreaming of to create a quality lifestyle, rich in the spoils of country living while conveniently accessible to modern commercial centres